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‘Why Does it Have to Be Les Mis?’: ‘In The Camps’ Brings a New Story to the American Stage

With 'In the Camps: A Refugee Musical,' Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay has written and produced the nation's first Lao-centered musical.

6 Must-See Theater Productions Coming This Fall

Highlights include a new Indigenous work, a reimagining of a French classic, and a musical bio on the (very not real) Betty Crocker.

The Strib Claims Tacos Are Sandwiches

Plus proposed transit security firm's dark record, a theater company calls off its season, and motel signs for sale in today's Flyover.

They’re Trying to Make ‘Minneapolis South’ Happen

Plus budget surplus woes, Shakespeare canceled, and Fortress Target in today's Flyover

Open Access Invites More Actors to Join the Union, But There’s a Catch

Anyone can sign on, but many wonder if it will hurt or help their career.

November 16, 2021

Theater’s Back, Baby!

The wine line is now a COVID card line, but last night's crowd at the Guthrie were in good spirits.

October 7, 2021